Directional Relocation Kit is rated
Rated 1 out of
Disappointed in lack of detail on instructions
I wish I knew this stupid kit was necessary to have a normal sissy bar on a FXDWG. My God man, Wide Glides are inspired by choppers which traditionally have sissy bars higher than 4 inches. It requires soldering, electrical know how to successfully do this. I suppose I am too dumb to figure it out and too afraid to screw it up so my kit just sits in my garage until I can find a video watching someone else install this thing or pony up the $300 to $400 in labor costs for some mechanic to do it. If HD is going to build bikes that pretty much require mods, I would appreciate if it was simple enough and the instruction detailed enough for a simple person like me to do it. I have install many extras on my bike that require turning a screwdriver or ratchet but this is a pain. Buyer's remorse for sure.
Date published: 2017-07-30
Rated 5 out of
I needed this part to install the sissy bar on my fxdb. It was a simple install but I didn't splice the wires like instructions say to. I also needed the license plate relocation kit that comes with new wires that you install thru turn signal socket
Date published: 2016-11-11
Rated 1 out of
I was greatly dissatisfied with the poor quality of the parts in this kit. I find the design to be less than satisfactory as well. Parts are not made large enough to fit the wiring which frays easily. One of the bolts provided in this kit also broke before I could tighten it. If you don't tighten it properly the tailights will vibrate loose. Very poor craftsmanship and design here. If you buy this kit be prepared for a frustrating experience and be very careful as the parts are extremely delicate. I will look to go aftermarket for my next modification.
Date published: 2016-11-02